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Birding - A Rhyming Lobby on a Popular Hobby



It is not only fine feathers that make fine birds.
Aesop, Greek Author and Fabulist

The bird-watching season is here. The advent of spring has been heralded by the return of varied species of flying feathered friends. Grab your binoculars and an avian identification book, and see how many species of birds you can spot outdoors.


Birding - A Rhyming Lobby on a Popular Hobby
 
The protocol for watching birds
Is “Don’t be seen, and don’t be heard.”
Sneak and crouch to watch that jay
And never give yourself away.



(This post responds to the Monday Poetry Train's poem on "worms." After all, what do many birds eat?)
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4 comments:

  1. 'Sneak and crouch to watch that jay
    And never give yourself away.'

    The real fun of bird watching.

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  2. Ahh, this is fun. It's too bad I don't have the patience to sit still long enough to fully appreciate all the birds I see.

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  3. Never tried bird watching. Your posts makes me want to!

    clawing crawlies

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  4. I like watching bird, but I do rarely use binocular to do it!
    i really like the funy side of the peeping tom line!

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